|[AMRadio] Using an old Collins amp for AM|
wf2u at ws19ops.com
Mon Jan 12 20:10:30 EST 2015
Raising the carrier from 70W to 150W means about gaining 1/2 of an S-point
on the receiving end. 1 S-point is 6 dB increase in power, which is
quadrupling it, as if you increased from 70 to 280 W carrier. Doubling the
power is 3 dB, which is a half S-point.
It's not worth the effort.
73, Meir WF2U
From: AMRadio [mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of FRANK
Sent: Monday, January 12, 2015 7:10 PM
To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
Subject: [AMRadio] Using an old Collins amp for AM
I would like to be able to participate in some of the AM nets.
My 32V-2 only makes 70 watts of carrier. (low voltage selected)
I have a good condition Collins 30S-1 that I normally use for SSB.
If the power is kept down to about 150 watts of carrier, could I drive the
amp w/ the 32V-2?
My first homebrew amp is under construction, but until it is ready, I am
hoping to find a temporary
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